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Sat, 22 Sep 2001 18:42:44 +0100
I've set up a Debian box with CVS to handle version control at our
site. Developers use WinCVS on their workstations connecting with
PServer. I'm neither a linux or CVS expert, but everything seems to be
running smoothly apart from one problem. I have Exim running as the
mail server, and CVS commits (which I've configured to mail the rest
of the team with the commit log) take ages to complete. If I remove
the mail command from the CVS files, commits finish in about 2
seconds. With the mail command in they take over 30 seconds. When
sending mail locally from the Debian box there is no noticable delay.
Anyone got any idea whats going on?
- Slow Commits,
Mark Herrick <=